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#1 Old 07-29-2002, 09:35 PM
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Camber kit for 94 Corolla?

Does anybody know where I can get a camber kit for my ride. I got a set of Eibach springs on my AE92 sedan that are still compatible with the AE101 Sedan. Thanx...
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You don't really need a camber kit. Ericlee303s car is dropped a substantial amount, and it's still within spec.

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whats a camber kit and wha does it do?

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Well, I currently have a 92 corolla sedan also and it was dropped about 2.25 and it messed up my rubbers still. I never thought about getting a camber kit before. The outside of my tires were actually being lifted out of good contact with the road and changed the shape and size of the inner contact treads.


Camber kit basically means of generating the forces applied to the tires to keep them in good contact with the road surface. These keeps the tires patch as big as possible so that more force can be transmitted to the road without a loss of traction.
There are three main criteria for keeping your tires maximized:
1) TOE
2) CASTER
3) CAMBER
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camber is mostly used on car lowered drasticly to keep tires from rubbing the wheel arches, on street cars. in drag racing you want zero camber so that you get as much tire on the ground as possible. for track cars camber is adjusted according to the amount of banking the turns have, so when they turn in and weight transfers the outside tires will ride flat on the ground giving as much cornering traction as possible. but setting your caber corresctly take a lot of time and a lot of proper research. and for the 93 and up corollas just go to www.elcmotorsports.com for pretty much anything you might need......
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Hype! I'm also looking for the M3 mirrors with the lights for a 93-97 Corolla.
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Like Aaron said, I've lowered my car about 1.8" and my tires wear perfectly. Check if your wheels are out of spec first before you go out and buy a kit.

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